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[texts]Midlife experience of contemporary women views along the midway: a dissertation - Panchuck, Paula DeAngelis
This research study investiages middle-aged women's attitudes and views.
Keywords: Middle-aged women -- Psychology
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[texts]Dispelling the myth of the non-singer: changing the ways singing is perceived, implemented and nurtured in the classroom: a dissertation - Pascale, Louise M.
Many American classroom teachers fervently claim not to be able to sing and are considered 'non-singers.' Studies reported here reveal a paradox : put in a context where singing is approached from another perspective, those same people can and do sing. How did they come to think of themselves otherwise? A close look at the terms 'singer' and 'singing' reveals the ways in which the meanings of these words are socially and culturally constructed.....
Keywords: Singing -- Instruction and study
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[texts]Mentoring college students with learning disabilities: a case study: a dissertation - Pennini, Susan Wilmot
This qualitative case study investigates the nature and role of a college mentor in facilitating the metacognitive development of college students with learning disabilities (LD). The researcher used three primary sources to triangulate the data for the inquiry: individual interviews with a mentor of college students with LD and three of her students; observations of sessions between the mentor and her students; and, documents from student files...
Keywords: Learning disabled -- Education (Higher) -- Case studies
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[texts]What archetypes of representation do children between the ages of four and seven employ when creating route maps of familiar interior spaces: a dissertation - Price, Christine G.
This study investigated the symbols of representation young children choose to incorporate when they draw route maps of familiar interior spaces, based on the premise that development of map-making skills might unfold in much the same stage-like manner as the development of the ability to draw the human figure. --Abstract
Keywords: Space perception in children
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